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Solid Rock Hewn / ELLORA-KAILASHA .Hindu  cave temple;   SCULPTURES; MAHARASHTRA               NANDI SCULPTURE
Was hewn out of  85,000 cubic meters rock starting at the top and working down, and then hollowed out to form the interiors of the temple. 
In addition, ambulatory spaces were cut into the rock walls surrounding the main building. The main shrine lies on the upper story and the lower 
floor was cut out below. There are several floors within the main temple structure. The carving of this temple entailed removing 200,000 tons of rock

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